Hearing Voices & Alternative Realities Group Facilitation (3 days)

Suitable both for professionals and for those with lived experience of voices, visions or beliefs. For anyone looking to enhance existing facilitation skills or to learn from scratch. User-survivors, support workers, psychologists, nurses & O.T.’s all welcome.

A Day Long Celebration of Wellbeing

The Zen Project and Healthy Minds, Mind in Camden present A Day Long Celebration of Wellbeing! Workshops Short, guided Zen Sessions on our converted American school bus of Breathwork Guided Meditation & Sound Healing Fitness classes Alternative therapies & treatments (eg massage) Tarot Reading On Thursday 14th October. All free and available throughout the day, no …

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Psychological Health Support Group

Psychological Health Support Group

The psychological health group is slightly different to the other workshops that we run in that it is a formal long term therapy group. The group is suitable for people struggling with interpersonal or emotional issues, who are able to make a regular fortnightly commitment.
The group may help you feel less alone with the problems you face, as each person in the group will have something to offer you such as kindness, empathy, intuitive sense or straightforwardness that can help you.

I IS FOR INSULT: Questioning “Borderline Personality Disorder”

This online workshop will be facilitated by two people with lived / living experience of these issues, and aims to strike a balance between questioning the construct and discussing practical approaches to some of the difficulties clinicians and policymakers associate with it.

Cuppa Concerts for Phoenix Members

Last Christmas, Mind in Camden were lucky enough to receive a performance from the World Harmony Orchestra, a social enterprise made up of professional musicians who play for charitable causes.

Philosophy of Mind podcast

We’ve really proud to share our ‘Philosophy of Mind’ podcast, which is based on a ‘Philosophy of Mind’ workshop series which we ran in October 2017. The group was open to everyone, ran once a week for six weeks, and focused on sharing and using philosophical tools and ideas to talk about mental health.


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As with any charity, the support we receive from individuals and charitable trusts helps us to continue to provide our essential services. However, support isn’t all about money – we value any kind of contribution you may be able to make to our services or organisation.

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